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WADE: A Return To Quarter-Mile Racing

It’s unclear how the subject came up — again — but in early July, drag-racing media outlets had a handful of drivers and crew chiefs discussing whether the NHRA nitro-powered classes should return to racing on a quarter-mile track.
Knutson

KNUTSON: Haas F1 Taking It On The Chin

The U.S. Haas F1 team has been taking a lot of hits.
Mike Kerchner

KERCHNER: The Steve & Sammy Show

The large crowd assembled behind the main grandstand at Iowa’s Knoxville Raceway wanted it, and legendary sprint car drivers and longtime rivals Steve Kinser and Sammy Swindell gave it to them.
Keith Waltz

WALTZ: Reflecting on a Fast-Fading Season

The dog days of summer will soon be replaced by the cool autumn breezes of late September, which means another racing season is coming to a close.
Kalwasinski Chicago

KALWASINSKI: Chicago Area Racing

One of my favorite races of the year – the Tony Bettenhausen Classic 100 late model stock car special, is set for Sept. 14, at Grundy County Speedway in Morris, Ill.

BOURCIER: What Made Marv Treichler Marvelous

He had been everywhere and won everything, so upon hanging up his helmet he had a right to stop and smell the flowers
Ralph Sheheen Mug

SHEHEEN: Toyota Eyes Sprint Car Racing

World of Outlaws officials and executives from Toyota Racing Development met during last month’s NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals. 

RODDA: A Tale Of Two Drivers

Fifteen months ago Steven Tiner and Kyle Hirst joined forces to open a racer-oriented shop in Chico, Calif.
Knutson

KNUTSON: Working On The F-1 Game

The poachers who have turned gamekeepers have been working hard to improve the Formula One game.

FROST: How Valuable Is Heritage In Sport?

As SPEED SPORT celebrates its 85th anniversary, we will take a look at the value of legacy and heritage in sport from a financial perspective.

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